Today: February 22, 2024

WIN! The Railway Children Return on Blu-ray!

Experience the sequel to one of the most beloved British family films of all time when THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN arrives on digital download on 30th September and Blu-ray and DVD on 3rd October, available pre-order now on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3CZsNiq. Selected retailers will also have THE RAILWAY CHILDREN & THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN Double Film Collection from 3rd October.

To celebrate the release, we have 2x Blu-rays to give away! 

BAFTA & Emmy Award-winning Jenny Agutter resumes her role as Bobbie from the original THE RAILWAY CHILDREN and is joined by BAFTA-winning Sheridan Smith (CILLA), Academy Award nominee & BAFTA-winning Tom Courtenay (45 YEARS, BILLY LIAR) and John Bradley (GAME OF THRONES). 

The new generation of Railway Children are Beau Gadsdon (THE CROWN, STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE), KJ Aikens, Austin Haynes, Eden Hamilton, and Zac Cudby.

Inspired by one of the most beloved British family films of all time, THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN is an enchanting, moving and heart-warming adventure for a new generation.

OWN IT ON DIGITAL DOWNLOAD FROM 30TH SEPTEMBER 

AVAILABLE ON BLU-RAY, DVD AND DOUBLE FILM COLLECTION ON 3RD OCTOBER

 

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